Interview by Jennifer Rainey Marquez
Education professor Chara Bohan on how the Lost Cause narrative came to dominate U.S. history books — and the lingering effects of our miseducation.
By Shaun Raviv
Georgia State researchers on the factors driving polarization and extremism in America — and what it would take to set the country on a different course.
by Jill Neimark
Viruses have an amazing capacity to mutate. But what if we could turn that against them? Richard Plemper, professor in the Institute for Biomedical Sciences, is working to exploit this rapid evolution.
By Jennifer Rainey Marquez
A new Georgia State project aims to understand why some Black Atlantans are hesitant to participate in COVID-19 research.
by LaTina Emerson
Using an innovative strategy he developed against influenza, professor Baozhong Wang is working on a universal vaccine to protect against all coronaviruses.
by Jennifer Rainey Marquez
Your body is much more than just flesh and bones. It’s a complex ecosystem teeming with trillions of microorganisms, which — as Georgia State scientists are finding — may be the key to understanding and treating all kinds of disease.